Loton Will Merge With FilmOn

Loton has signed a non-binding letter of intent to acquire FilmOn.TV. FilmOn.TV holds a license and franchise agreement from, the Internet-based, high-definition television (IPTV) service provider with properties in the U.S. and Europe.  The letter of intent is subject to due diligence and negotiation of a definitive acquisition agreement, and certain other conditions, and is exclusive to Loton for 60 days.  If the transaction is completed, Loton will merge with FilmOn.

FilmOn delivers ubscription-based television services to IP-enabled devices including TVs, set-top boxes, PCs, mobile phones, and tablets.

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